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These U-pick blueberry farms in Ontario are opening this month

Time to bring home some fresh blueberries! Blueberry season is upon us in Ontario so if you’re looking for a fun way to spend the day all while supporting local farms and businesses, this is the time to do so. Check out these blueberry farms in Ontario all opening this month.
 

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Blue Groves Farm

Blue Groves Farm in Eagle, Ontario, is already open for the season when it comes to blueberry picking.

Pick-your-own costs $4.50/lb while prepicked is $15 for 1.5 L.

When: Open now
Where: 25503 Talbot Line, Eagle, ON

 

Berrylicious Fruit Farm in Oxford County has eight types of blueberries to choose from!

The farm opened on July 2nd, with spots available to reserve if you’re driving in from a distance.

When: Open now
Where: 425533 Substation Rd, Burgessville, ON

Blueberry Hill Estates

Saint Williams, Ontario is where you’ll find Blueberry Hill, an adorable spot for blueberry picking.

According to Blueberry Hill, “It is a minimum pick of 2-lb per adult and 1-lb per child (5+). Our rate is $3.25/lb and we extend a bulk discount of $3/lb for over 20-lb picked.”

This spot is open as of July 8th.

When: Opening July 8th, 2024
Where: 1195 Front Road, Saint Williams, ON

Barrie Hill Farm

Pick-your-own blueberries start on July 8th for $4.49/lb!

Barrie Hill, located just over an hour and a half outside Toronto, notes that blueberries are in light supply to start the season but will get some supply as the season progresses through August and September.

When: Opening July 8th, 2024
Where: 2935 Barrie Hill Rd

Blueberry Knoll 

Another blueberry farm open for the season on July 8th.

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